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Feb 13, 2020 08:29:08   #
Barracuda2020
 
Weewillynobeerspilly wrote:
weird how they always gloss over that little fact...that was all his team doing that. I also love how they say the KKK is now a member of our party........we can accept that, so long as they can accept the fact the KKK does not do that crap on our watch, but had a good 100 yr run on their watch
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During the democratic reign as you put it, hung people, the Republican base is much bolder, more arrogant and generally more hateful as they grow wildly during this Trump reign.

20th century
1921 May 31 Black Wall Street Church, Bombed, Tulsa Oklahoma
1951-1960
1955 October 5 Burning of St. James AME Church, Lake City, South Carolina
1956 December 25 Bethel Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, was bombed.
1957 April 28 At Allen Temple African Methodist Episcopal Church in Bessemer, Alabama, dynamite exploded at the rear of the church during an evening service.
1958 June 29 Bethel Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, was bombed again. This time, guards removed the bombs to a ditch; the blast blew out the windows, however.
1961-1970
1962 January 16 New Bethel Baptist Church, St Luke's African Methodist Episcopal Church, and Triumph Church Kingdom of God and Christ, all three in Birmingham, Alabama, were fire-bombed.
1962 September 25 St. Matthew's Baptist Church of Macon, Georgia, was burned. "It is the fifth church to burn in a month."
1962 December 14 At Bethel Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, a third bomb blew out the church windows.
1963 August 10 St. James United Methodist Church of Birmingham, Alabama, was destroyed by a "gasoline fire bomb."
1963 September 15 Sixteenth Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, was bombed during a Sunday church service. Twenty-two people were injured and four girls died.
1964 June 16 Mount Zion Methodist Church in Longdale, Mississippi, was burned to the ground. An investigation by Mississippi civil rights workers led to the murders of Chaney, Goodman, and Schwerner.
1971-1980
1972 (exact date unknown) Cartersville Baptist Church, in Reston, Virginia, was burned, causing the main church to fall into the basement.
1974 June 30 At Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia, Alberta Williams King, mother of Martin Luther King, Jr., and Edward Boykin were killed by a man who had determined that "black ministers were a menace to black people." A third churchgoer was wounded.
1977 December 18 Zoah Methodist Church, Mulberry Baptist in Wilkes County, Georgia; Mt. Zion Baptist Church and Antioch CME in Lincoln County, Georgia. Three teens were found guilty in the burning of 4 black churches in Wilkes and Lincoln counties.
1979 December 16 Second Wilson Church of Chester, South Carolina, a meeting place for civil rights activists, was gutted by fire.
1981-1990
1991-2000
More than 30 black churches were burned in an 18-month period in 1995 and 1996, leading Congress to pass the Church Arson Prevention Act.

1993 April 5 Rocky Point Missionary Baptist Church in Pike County, Mississippi, was set on fire by three teenagers who served time.
1995 January 13 Johnson Grove Baptist Church in Bells, Tennessee, was burned.
1995 January 13 Macedonia Baptist Church in Denmark, Tennessee, was burned.
1995 January 31 Mount Calvary Baptist Church in Hardeman County, Tennessee, was burned.
1995 June 21 Outside of Manning, South Carolina, four men affiliated with the Ku Klux Klan worked together to burn down Macedonia Baptist Church and Mt. Zion African Methodist Episcopal Church of Greeleyville, both majority black churches. Criminal convictions were obtained. In a 1998 civil suit, Grand Dragon Horace King and four other Klansmen, together with Klan organizations, were sued for $37.8 million for their roles, and amount reduced on appeal.[8][9]
1995 August 15 St. John Baptist Church in Lexington County, South Carolina, was burned and an arrest was made.
1995 October 31 Mount Pisgah Baptist Church of Raeford, North Carolina, was burned.
1995 December 22 Mount Zion Baptist Church of Boligee, Alabama, was burned.
1995 December 30 Salem Baptist Church in Gibson County, Tennessee, was burned.
1996 January 6 Ohovah African Methodist Episcopal Church of Orrum, North Carolina, was burned and an arrest was made.
1996 January 8 Inner City Church of Knoxville, Tennessee, was burned.
1996 January 11 Little Zion Baptist Church and Mount Zoar Baptist Church of Green County, Alabama, were both burned on the same day.
1996 February 1 Cypress Grove Baptist Church, St. Paul's Free Baptist Church, and Thomas Chapel Benevolent Society of East Baton Rouge, Louisiana, were all burned on the same day.
1996 February 1 Sweet Home Baptist Church in Baker, Louisiana, was burned.
1996 February 21 Glorious Church of God in Christ of Richmond, Virginia, was burned.
1996 February 28 New Liberty Baptist Church in Tyler, Alabama, was burned and an arrest was made.
1996 March 5 St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church in Hatley, Mississippi, was burned.
1996 March 20 New Mount Zion Baptist Church in Ruleville, Mississippi, was burned.
1996 March 27 Gay's Hill Baptist Church of Millen, Georgia, was burned.
1996 March 30 El Bethel Missionary Baptist Church of Satartia, Mississippi, was burned and an arrest was made.
1996 March 31 Butler Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church of Orangeburg, South Carolina, was burned.
1996 April 11 St. Charles Baptist Church in Paincourtville, Louisiana, was burned.
1996 April 13 Rosemary Baptist Church in Barnwell, South Carolina, was burned.
1996 April 26 Effingham Baptist Church in Effingham, South Carolina, was burned.
1996 May 14 Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in Tigrett, Tennessee, was burned.
1996 May 23 Mount Tabor Baptist Church in Cerro Gordo, North Carolina, was burned.
1996 May 24 Pleasant Hill Baptist Church in Lumberton, North Carolina, was burned.
1996 June 3 Rising Star Baptist Church in Greensboro, Alabama, was burned.
1996 June 7 Matthews Murkland Presbyterian Church sanctuary in Charlotte, North Carolina, was burned and an arrest was made.
1996 June 9 New Light House of Prayer and The Church of the Living God, both of Greenville, Texas, were burned on the same day.
1996 June 12 Evangelist Temple on Marianna, Florida, was burned.
1996 June 13 First Missionary Baptist Church of Enid, Oklahoma, was burned and an arrest wamade.
1996 June 17 Hills Chapel Baptist Church, Rocky Point, North Carolina, is burned.
1996 June 17 Mount Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church and Central Grove Missionary Baptist Church, both of Kossuth, Mississippi, were burned on the same day.
1996 June 20 Immanuel Christian Fellowship of Portland, Oregon, was burned.
1996 June 24 New Birth Temple Church of Shreveport, Louisiana, was burned.
21st century
2001-2010
2006 July 11 A cross was burned outside a predominantly black church in Richmond, Virginia
2008 November 5 Macedonia Church of God in Christ, in Springfield, Massachusetts, was burned out and an arrest was made.
2010 December 28 In Crane, Texas, the Faith in Christ Church was vandalized with "racist and threatening graffiti" and then firebombed by a man who was attempting to gain entry into the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas; an arrest was made and the perpetrator was found guilty and sentenced to 37 years in prison.
2011–present
2014 November 24 The Flood Christian Church in Ferguson, Missouri, was burned by arsonists during a series of protests over the police shooting of Michael Brown, Jr. Michael Brown Sr. had been baptized at the church a week before the fire. While other buildings in Ferguson were burned that night, the church was some distance from the protests, and buildings nearby were not damaged; investigators also found signs of forced entry at the church. Members of the congregation believed it had been a targeted attack, motivated by Pastor Carlton Lee's calls for Officer Darren Wilson's arrest and his participation in Al Sharpton's National Action Network. Pastor Lee died of an apparent heart attack in 2017, at the age of 34.
2015 June 17 At Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina, 10 African Americans, including Clementa C. Pinckney, member of the South Carolina Senate, were shot in a mass attack; nine were killed. White supremacist and neo-Nazi Dylann Roof pled guilty to murder and was sentenced to nine consecutive life sentences without parole.
2015 June 22 At College Hill Seventh Day Adventist, in Knoxville, Tennessee, a small fire was set, resulting in minimal damage to the church structure and destruction of the church van. The act was not classified as a hate crime.
2015 June 23 God's Power Church of Christ in Macon, Georgia, was gutted by a fire which was ruled arson.[
2015 June 24 At Briar Creek Baptist Church in Charlotte, North Carolina, an unknown arsonist started a three-alarm fire, causing more than $250,000 in damages.
2016 November 1 The 111-year-old Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church in Greenville, Mississippi, was burned and vandalized with the words "Vote Trump" spray-painted onto the building. The arsonist, a black man who was a member of the church, pled guilty in March 2019.
2019 March 26 St. Mary Baptist Church in Port Barre, Louisiana. This was the first in a series of three historically black churches over 100 years old, burned within a span of 10 days. Holden Matthews, 21, the son of a St. Landry Parish sheriff's deputy, has been charged with the arson attack.[25][26][27]
2019 April 2 Greater Union Baptist Church in Opelousas, Louisiana. Holden Matthews has been charged with the arson attack.
2019 April 4 Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in Opelousas, Louisiana. Holden Matthews has been charged with the arson attack.Matthews reportedly was not motivated by race but rather by anti-Christian animus and a desire to promote himself as a black metal musician in the mold of Varg Vikernes, who committed a similar series of church burnings in 1990s Norway.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_attacks_against_African-American_churches

This didn't include mowing down people with their cars or other hidden murders where they live.

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Feb 13, 2020 08:30:32   #
Barracuda2020
 
okie don wrote:
Yep
Bernie is a true Marxist commie.


I would take a Marxist commie over a dictator any day.

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Feb 13, 2020 08:34:31   #
Bosty Loc: South jersey
 
DASHY wrote:
Instead of calling Trump a "moron" or "idiot", call him what he really is: a conniving, corrupt con man, a dangerous, devisive demagogue. He is a man who with the help of his cult members and a little foreign interference cheated his way to win the 2016 election.


Hey Dashy, we would have voted for a cockroach before Hillary. Ya got that!
Not that I’m disappointed in the results

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Feb 13, 2020 08:42:49   #
lindajoy Loc: right here with you....
 
[quote=Barracuda2020]During the democratic reign as you put it, hung people, the Republican base is much bolder, more arrogant and generally more hateful as they grow wildly during this Trump reign.

20th century
1921 May 31 Black Wall Street Church, Bombed, Tulsa Oklahoma
1951-1960
1955 October 5 Burning of St. James AME Church, Lake City, South Carolina
1956 December 25 Bethel Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, was bombed.
1957 April 28 At Allen Temple African Methodist Episcopal Church in Bessemer, Alabama, dynamite exploded at the rear of the church during an evening service.
1958 June 29 Bethel Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, was bombed again. This time, guards removed the bombs to a ditch; the blast blew out the windows, however.
1961-1970
1962 January 16 New Bethel Baptist Church, St Luke's African Methodist Episcopal Church, and Triumph Church Kingdom of God and Christ, all three in Birmingham, Alabama, were fire-bombed.
1962 September 25 St. Matthew's Baptist Church of Macon, Georgia, was burned. "It is the fifth church to burn in a month."
1962 December 14 At Bethel Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, a third bomb blew out the church windows.
1963 August 10 St. James United Methodist Church of Birmingham, Alabama, was destroyed by a "gasoline fire bomb."
1963 September 15 Sixteenth Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, was bombed during a Sunday church service. Twenty-two people were injured and four girls died.
1964 June 16 Mount Zion Methodist Church in Longdale, Mississippi, was burned to the ground. An investigation by Mississippi civil rights workers led to the murders of Chaney, Goodman, and Schwerner.
1971-1980
1972 (exact date unknown) Cartersville Baptist Church, in Reston, Virginia, was burned, causing the main church to fall into the basement.
1974 June 30 At Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia, Alberta Williams King, mother of Martin Luther King, Jr., and Edward Boykin were killed by a man who had determined that "black ministers were a menace to black people." A third churchgoer was wounded.
1977 December 18 Zoah Methodist Church, Mulberry Baptist in Wilkes County, Georgia; Mt. Zion Baptist Church and Antioch CME in Lincoln County, Georgia. Three teens were found guilty in the burning of 4 black churches in Wilkes and Lincoln counties.
1979 December 16 Second Wilson Church of Chester, South Carolina, a meeting place for civil rights activists, was gutted by fire.
1981-1990
1991-2000
More than 30 black churches were burned in an 18-month period in 1995 and 1996, leading Congress to pass the Church Arson Prevention Act.

1993 April 5 Rocky Point Missionary Baptist Church in Pike County, Mississippi, was set on fire by three teenagers who served time.
1995 January 13 Johnson Grove Baptist Church in Bells, Tennessee, was burned.
1995 January 13 Macedonia Baptist Church in Denmark, Tennessee, was burned.
1995 January 31 Mount Calvary Baptist Church in Hardeman County, Tennessee, was burned.
1995 June 21 Outside of Manning, South Carolina, four men affiliated with the Ku Klux Klan worked together to burn down Macedonia Baptist Church and Mt. Zion African Methodist Episcopal Church of Greeleyville, both majority black churches. Criminal convictions were obtained. In a 1998 civil suit, Grand Dragon Horace King and four other Klansmen, together with Klan organizations, were sued for $37.8 million for their roles, and amount reduced on appeal.[8][9]
1995 August 15 St. John Baptist Church in Lexington County, South Carolina, was burned and an arrest was made.
1995 October 31 Mount Pisgah Baptist Church of Raeford, North Carolina, was burned.
1995 December 22 Mount Zion Baptist Church of Boligee, Alabama, was burned.
1995 December 30 Salem Baptist Church in Gibson County, Tennessee, was burned.
1996 January 6 Ohovah African Methodist Episcopal Church of Orrum, North Carolina, was burned and an arrest was made.
1996 January 8 Inner City Church of Knoxville, Tennessee, was burned.
1996 January 11 Little Zion Baptist Church and Mount Zoar Baptist Church of Green County, Alabama, were both burned on the same day.
1996 February 1 Cypress Grove Baptist Church, St. Paul's Free Baptist Church, and Thomas Chapel Benevolent Society of East Baton Rouge, Louisiana, were all burned on the same day.
1996 February 1 Sweet Home Baptist Church in Baker, Louisiana, was burned.
1996 February 21 Glorious Church of God in Christ of Richmond, Virginia, was burned.
1996 February 28 New Liberty Baptist Church in Tyler, Alabama, was burned and an arrest was made.
1996 March 5 St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church in Hatley, Mississippi, was burned.
1996 March 20 New Mount Zion Baptist Church in Ruleville, Mississippi, was burned.
1996 March 27 Gay's Hill Baptist Church of Millen, Georgia, was burned.
1996 March 30 El Bethel Missionary Baptist Church of Satartia, Mississippi, was burned and an arrest was made.
1996 March 31 Butler Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church of Orangeburg, South Carolina, was burned.
1996 April 11 St. Charles Baptist Church in Paincourtville, Louisiana, was burned.
1996 April 13 Rosemary Baptist Church in Barnwell, South Carolina, was burned.
1996 April 26 Effingham Baptist Church in Effingham, South Carolina, was burned.
1996 May 14 Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in Tigrett, Tennessee, was burned.
1996 May 23 Mount Tabor Baptist Church in Cerro Gordo, North Carolina, was burned.
1996 May 24 Pleasant Hill Baptist Church in Lumberton, North Carolina, was burned.
1996 June 3 Rising Star Baptist Church in Greensboro, Alabama, was burned.
1996 June 7 Matthews Murkland Presbyterian Church sanctuary in Charlotte, North Carolina, was burned and an arrest was made.
1996 June 9 New Light House of Prayer and The Church of the Living God, both of Greenville, Texas, were burned on the same day.
1996 June 12 Evangelist Temple on Marianna, Florida, was burned.
1996 June 13 First Missionary Baptist Church of Enid, Oklahoma, was burned and an arrest wamade.
1996 June 17 Hills Chapel Baptist Church, Rocky Point, North Carolina, is burned.
1996 June 17 Mount Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church and Central Grove Missionary Baptist Church, both of Kossuth, Mississippi, were burned on the same day.
1996 June 20 Immanuel Christian Fellowship of Portland, Oregon, was burned.
1996 June 24 New Birth Temple Church of Shreveport, Louisiana, was burned.
21st century
2001-2010
2006 July 11 A cross was burned outside a predominantly black church in Richmond, Virginia
2008 November 5 Macedonia Church of God in Christ, in Springfield, Massachusetts, was burned out and an arrest was made.
2010 December 28 In Crane, Texas, the Faith in Christ Church was vandalized with "racist and threatening graffiti" and then firebombed by a man who was attempting to gain entry into the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas; an arrest was made and the perpetrator was found guilty and sentenced to 37 years in prison.
2011–present
2014 November 24 The Flood Christian Church in Ferguson, Missouri, was burned by arsonists during a series of protests over the police shooting of Michael Brown, Jr. Michael Brown Sr. had been baptized at the church a week before the fire. While other buildings in Ferguson were burned that night, the church was some distance from the protests, and buildings nearby were not damaged; investigators also found signs of forced entry at the church. Members of the congregation believed it had been a targeted attack, motivated by Pastor Carlton Lee's calls for Officer Darren Wilson's arrest and his participation in Al Sharpton's National Action Network. Pastor Lee died of an apparent heart attack in 2017, at the age of 34.
2015 June 17 At Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina, 10 African Americans, including Clementa C. Pinckney, member of the South Carolina Senate, were shot in a mass attack; nine were killed. White supremacist and neo-Nazi Dylann Roof pled guilty to murder and was sentenced to nine consecutive life sentences without parole.
2015 June 22 At College Hill Seventh Day Adventist, in Knoxville, Tennessee, a small fire was set, resulting in minimal damage to the church structure and destruction of the church van. The act was not classified as a hate crime.
2015 June 23 God's Power Church of Christ in Macon, Georgia, was gutted by a fire which was ruled arson.[
2015 June 24 At Briar Creek Baptist Church in Charlotte, North Carolina, an unknown arsonist started a three-alarm fire, causing more than $250,000 in damages.
2016 November 1 The 111-year-old Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church in Greenville, Mississippi, was burned and vandalized with the words "Vote Trump" spray-painted onto the building. The arsonist, a black man who was a member of the church, pled guilty in March 2019.
2019 March 26 St. Mary Baptist Church in Port Barre, Louisiana. This was the first in a series of three historically black churches over 100 years old, burned within a span of 10 days. Holden Matthews, 21, the son of a St. Landry Parish sheriff's deputy, has been charged with the arson attack.[25][26][27]
2019 April 2 Greater Union Baptist Church in Opelousas, Louisiana. Holden Matthews has been charged with the arson attack.
2019 April 4 Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in Opelousas, Louisiana. Holden Matthews has been charged with the arson attack.Matthews reportedly was not motivated by race but rather by anti-Christian animus and a desire to promote himself as a black metal musician in the mold of Varg Vikernes, who committed a similar series of church burnings in 1990s Norway.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_attacks_against_African-American_churches

This didn't include mowing down people with their cars or other hidden murders where they live.[/quote

Good thing the reason for the attacks on churches is listed..and how is Trump to blame again?? Holden hit three churches, why again?

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Feb 13, 2020 08:48:45   #
American Vet
 
Barracuda2020 wrote:
I would take a Marxist commie over a dictator any day.


You had both from 2009 - 2017.

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Feb 13, 2020 08:53:50   #
Barracuda2020
 
[quote=lindajoy][quote=Barracuda2020]During the democratic reign as you put it, hung people, the Republican base is much bolder, more arrogant and generally more hateful as they grow wildly during this Trump reign.

20th century
1921 May 31 Black Wall Street Church, Bombed, Tulsa Oklahoma
1951-1960
1955 October 5 Burning of St. James AME Church, Lake City, South Carolina
1956 December 25 Bethel Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, was bombed.
1957 April 28 At Allen Temple African Methodist Episcopal Church in Bessemer, Alabama, dynamite exploded at the rear of the church during an evening service.
1958 June 29 Bethel Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, was bombed again. This time, guards removed the bombs to a ditch; the blast blew out the windows, however.
1961-1970
1962 January 16 New Bethel Baptist Church, St Luke's African Methodist Episcopal Church, and Triumph Church Kingdom of God and Christ, all three in Birmingham, Alabama, were fire-bombed.
1962 September 25 St. Matthew's Baptist Church of Macon, Georgia, was burned. "It is the fifth church to burn in a month."
1962 December 14 At Bethel Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, a third bomb blew out the church windows.
1963 August 10 St. James United Methodist Church of Birmingham, Alabama, was destroyed by a "gasoline fire bomb."
1963 September 15 Sixteenth Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, was bombed during a Sunday church service. Twenty-two people were injured and four girls died.
1964 June 16 Mount Zion Methodist Church in Longdale, Mississippi, was burned to the ground. An investigation by Mississippi civil rights workers led to the murders of Chaney, Goodman, and Schwerner.
1971-1980
1972 (exact date unknown) Cartersville Baptist Church, in Reston, Virginia, was burned, causing the main church to fall into the basement.
1974 June 30 At Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia, Alberta Williams King, mother of Martin Luther King, Jr., and Edward Boykin were killed by a man who had determined that "black ministers were a menace to black people." A third churchgoer was wounded.
1977 December 18 Zoah Methodist Church, Mulberry Baptist in Wilkes County, Georgia; Mt. Zion Baptist Church and Antioch CME in Lincoln County, Georgia. Three teens were found guilty in the burning of 4 black churches in Wilkes and Lincoln counties.
1979 December 16 Second Wilson Church of Chester, South Carolina, a meeting place for civil rights activists, was gutted by fire.
1981-1990
1991-2000
More than 30 black churches were burned in an 18-month period in 1995 and 1996, leading Congress to pass the Church Arson Prevention Act.

1993 April 5 Rocky Point Missionary Baptist Church in Pike County, Mississippi, was set on fire by three teenagers who served time.
1995 January 13 Johnson Grove Baptist Church in Bells, Tennessee, was burned.
1995 January 13 Macedonia Baptist Church in Denmark, Tennessee, was burned.
1995 January 31 Mount Calvary Baptist Church in Hardeman County, Tennessee, was burned.
1995 June 21 Outside of Manning, South Carolina, four men affiliated with the Ku Klux Klan worked together to burn down Macedonia Baptist Church and Mt. Zion African Methodist Episcopal Church of Greeleyville, both majority black churches. Criminal convictions were obtained. In a 1998 civil suit, Grand Dragon Horace King and four other Klansmen, together with Klan organizations, were sued for $37.8 million for their roles, and amount reduced on appeal.[8][9]
1995 August 15 St. John Baptist Church in Lexington County, South Carolina, was burned and an arrest was made.
1995 October 31 Mount Pisgah Baptist Church of Raeford, North Carolina, was burned.
1995 December 22 Mount Zion Baptist Church of Boligee, Alabama, was burned.
1995 December 30 Salem Baptist Church in Gibson County, Tennessee, was burned.
1996 January 6 Ohovah African Methodist Episcopal Church of Orrum, North Carolina, was burned and an arrest was made.
1996 January 8 Inner City Church of Knoxville, Tennessee, was burned.
1996 January 11 Little Zion Baptist Church and Mount Zoar Baptist Church of Green County, Alabama, were both burned on the same day.
1996 February 1 Cypress Grove Baptist Church, St. Paul's Free Baptist Church, and Thomas Chapel Benevolent Society of East Baton Rouge, Louisiana, were all burned on the same day.
1996 February 1 Sweet Home Baptist Church in Baker, Louisiana, was burned.
1996 February 21 Glorious Church of God in Christ of Richmond, Virginia, was burned.
1996 February 28 New Liberty Baptist Church in Tyler, Alabama, was burned and an arrest was made.
1996 March 5 St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church in Hatley, Mississippi, was burned.
1996 March 20 New Mount Zion Baptist Church in Ruleville, Mississippi, was burned.
1996 March 27 Gay's Hill Baptist Church of Millen, Georgia, was burned.
1996 March 30 El Bethel Missionary Baptist Church of Satartia, Mississippi, was burned and an arrest was made.
1996 March 31 Butler Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church of Orangeburg, South Carolina, was burned.
1996 April 11 St. Charles Baptist Church in Paincourtville, Louisiana, was burned.
1996 April 13 Rosemary Baptist Church in Barnwell, South Carolina, was burned.
1996 April 26 Effingham Baptist Church in Effingham, South Carolina, was burned.
1996 May 14 Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in Tigrett, Tennessee, was burned.
1996 May 23 Mount Tabor Baptist Church in Cerro Gordo, North Carolina, was burned.
1996 May 24 Pleasant Hill Baptist Church in Lumberton, North Carolina, was burned.
1996 June 3 Rising Star Baptist Church in Greensboro, Alabama, was burned.
1996 June 7 Matthews Murkland Presbyterian Church sanctuary in Charlotte, North Carolina, was burned and an arrest was made.
1996 June 9 New Light House of Prayer and The Church of the Living God, both of Greenville, Texas, were burned on the same day.
1996 June 12 Evangelist Temple on Marianna, Florida, was burned.
1996 June 13 First Missionary Baptist Church of Enid, Oklahoma, was burned and an arrest wamade.
1996 June 17 Hills Chapel Baptist Church, Rocky Point, North Carolina, is burned.
1996 June 17 Mount Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church and Central Grove Missionary Baptist Church, both of Kossuth, Mississippi, were burned on the same day.
1996 June 20 Immanuel Christian Fellowship of Portland, Oregon, was burned.
1996 June 24 New Birth Temple Church of Shreveport, Louisiana, was burned.
21st century
2001-2010
2006 July 11 A cross was burned outside a predominantly black church in Richmond, Virginia
2008 November 5 Macedonia Church of God in Christ, in Springfield, Massachusetts, was burned out and an arrest was made.
2010 December 28 In Crane, Texas, the Faith in Christ Church was vandalized with "racist and threatening graffiti" and then firebombed by a man who was attempting to gain entry into the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas; an arrest was made and the perpetrator was found guilty and sentenced to 37 years in prison.
2011–present
2014 November 24 The Flood Christian Church in Ferguson, Missouri, was burned by arsonists during a series of protests over the police shooting of Michael Brown, Jr. Michael Brown Sr. had been baptized at the church a week before the fire. While other buildings in Ferguson were burned that night, the church was some distance from the protests, and buildings nearby were not damaged; investigators also found signs of forced entry at the church. Members of the congregation believed it had been a targeted attack, motivated by Pastor Carlton Lee's calls for Officer Darren Wilson's arrest and his participation in Al Sharpton's National Action Network. Pastor Lee died of an apparent heart attack in 2017, at the age of 34.
2015 June 17 At Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina, 10 African Americans, including Clementa C. Pinckney, member of the South Carolina Senate, were shot in a mass attack; nine were killed. White supremacist and neo-Nazi Dylann Roof pled guilty to murder and was sentenced to nine consecutive life sentences without parole.
2015 June 22 At College Hill Seventh Day Adventist, in Knoxville, Tennessee, a small fire was set, resulting in minimal damage to the church structure and destruction of the church van. The act was not classified as a hate crime.
2015 June 23 God's Power Church of Christ in Macon, Georgia, was gutted by a fire which was ruled arson.[
2015 June 24 At Briar Creek Baptist Church in Charlotte, North Carolina, an unknown arsonist started a three-alarm fire, causing more than $250,000 in damages.
2016 November 1 The 111-year-old Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church in Greenville, Mississippi, was burned and vandalized with the words "Vote Trump" spray-painted onto the building. The arsonist, a black man who was a member of the church, pled guilty in March 2019.
2019 March 26 St. Mary Baptist Church in Port Barre, Louisiana. This was the first in a series of three historically black churches over 100 years old, burned within a span of 10 days. Holden Matthews, 21, the son of a St. Landry Parish sheriff's deputy, has been charged with the arson attack.[25][26][27]
2019 April 2 Greater Union Baptist Church in Opelousas, Louisiana. Holden Matthews has been charged with the arson attack.
2019 April 4 Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in Opelousas, Louisiana. Holden Matthews has been charged with the arson attack.Matthews reportedly was not motivated by race but rather by anti-Christian animus and a desire to promote himself as a black metal musician in the mold of Varg Vikernes, who committed a similar series of church burnings in 1990s Norway.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_attacks_against_African-American_churches

This didn't include mowing down people with their cars or other hidden murders where they live.[/quote

Good thing the reason for the attacks on churches is listed..and how is Trump to blame again?? Holden hit three churches, why again?[/quote]
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WHY, try the growth of the KKK underTrump, supporting Trump because he supports them. Yeah, this wouldn't be happening under a democratic president no matter how you'd like to spin it.

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Feb 13, 2020 08:59:57   #
Barracuda2020
 
American Vet wrote:
You had both from 2009 - 2017.


That's those marbles rolling around your head again, not being able to differentiate between your mental thought and reality. So just because you type it, it doesn't make it so, you just want the weak-minded to follow your thought, Trump is under the same impression, unfortunately he does get a LOT of weak-minded followers...

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Feb 13, 2020 09:03:20   #
lindajoy Loc: right here with you....
 
Barracuda2020 wrote:
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WHY, try the growth of the KKK underTrump, supporting Trump because he supports them. Yeah, this wouldn't be happening under a democratic president no matter how you'd like to spin it.


Looks like it did plenty of times under BO.. Your post, you live with it~~

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Feb 13, 2020 09:04:16   #
padremike Loc: Phenix City, Al
 
Barracuda2020 wrote:
During the democratic reign as you put it, hung people, the Republican base is much bolder, more arrogant and generally more hateful as they grow wildly during this Trump reign.

20th century
1921 May 31 Black Wall Street Church, Bombed, Tulsa Oklahoma
1951-1960
1955 October 5 Burning of St. James AME Church, Lake City, South Carolina
1956 December 25 Bethel Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, was bombed.
1957 April 28 At Allen Temple African Methodist Episcopal Church in Bessemer, Alabama, dynamite exploded at the rear of the church during an evening service.
1958 June 29 Bethel Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, was bombed again. This time, guards removed the bombs to a ditch; the blast blew out the windows, however.
1961-1970
1962 January 16 New Bethel Baptist Church, St Luke's African Methodist Episcopal Church, and Triumph Church Kingdom of God and Christ, all three in Birmingham, Alabama, were fire-bombed.
1962 September 25 St. Matthew's Baptist Church of Macon, Georgia, was burned. "It is the fifth church to burn in a month."
1962 December 14 At Bethel Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, a third bomb blew out the church windows.
1963 August 10 St. James United Methodist Church of Birmingham, Alabama, was destroyed by a "gasoline fire bomb."
1963 September 15 Sixteenth Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, was bombed during a Sunday church service. Twenty-two people were injured and four girls died.
1964 June 16 Mount Zion Methodist Church in Longdale, Mississippi, was burned to the ground. An investigation by Mississippi civil rights workers led to the murders of Chaney, Goodman, and Schwerner.
1971-1980
1972 (exact date unknown) Cartersville Baptist Church, in Reston, Virginia, was burned, causing the main church to fall into the basement.
1974 June 30 At Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia, Alberta Williams King, mother of Martin Luther King, Jr., and Edward Boykin were killed by a man who had determined that "black ministers were a menace to black people." A third churchgoer was wounded.
1977 December 18 Zoah Methodist Church, Mulberry Baptist in Wilkes County, Georgia; Mt. Zion Baptist Church and Antioch CME in Lincoln County, Georgia. Three teens were found guilty in the burning of 4 black churches in Wilkes and Lincoln counties.
1979 December 16 Second Wilson Church of Chester, South Carolina, a meeting place for civil rights activists, was gutted by fire.
1981-1990
1991-2000
More than 30 black churches were burned in an 18-month period in 1995 and 1996, leading Congress to pass the Church Arson Prevention Act.

1993 April 5 Rocky Point Missionary Baptist Church in Pike County, Mississippi, was set on fire by three teenagers who served time.
1995 January 13 Johnson Grove Baptist Church in Bells, Tennessee, was burned.
1995 January 13 Macedonia Baptist Church in Denmark, Tennessee, was burned.
1995 January 31 Mount Calvary Baptist Church in Hardeman County, Tennessee, was burned.
1995 June 21 Outside of Manning, South Carolina, four men affiliated with the Ku Klux Klan worked together to burn down Macedonia Baptist Church and Mt. Zion African Methodist Episcopal Church of Greeleyville, both majority black churches. Criminal convictions were obtained. In a 1998 civil suit, Grand Dragon Horace King and four other Klansmen, together with Klan organizations, were sued for $37.8 million for their roles, and amount reduced on appeal.[8][9]
1995 August 15 St. John Baptist Church in Lexington County, South Carolina, was burned and an arrest was made.
1995 October 31 Mount Pisgah Baptist Church of Raeford, North Carolina, was burned.
1995 December 22 Mount Zion Baptist Church of Boligee, Alabama, was burned.
1995 December 30 Salem Baptist Church in Gibson County, Tennessee, was burned.
1996 January 6 Ohovah African Methodist Episcopal Church of Orrum, North Carolina, was burned and an arrest was made.
1996 January 8 Inner City Church of Knoxville, Tennessee, was burned.
1996 January 11 Little Zion Baptist Church and Mount Zoar Baptist Church of Green County, Alabama, were both burned on the same day.
1996 February 1 Cypress Grove Baptist Church, St. Paul's Free Baptist Church, and Thomas Chapel Benevolent Society of East Baton Rouge, Louisiana, were all burned on the same day.
1996 February 1 Sweet Home Baptist Church in Baker, Louisiana, was burned.
1996 February 21 Glorious Church of God in Christ of Richmond, Virginia, was burned.
1996 February 28 New Liberty Baptist Church in Tyler, Alabama, was burned and an arrest was made.
1996 March 5 St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church in Hatley, Mississippi, was burned.
1996 March 20 New Mount Zion Baptist Church in Ruleville, Mississippi, was burned.
1996 March 27 Gay's Hill Baptist Church of Millen, Georgia, was burned.
1996 March 30 El Bethel Missionary Baptist Church of Satartia, Mississippi, was burned and an arrest was made.
1996 March 31 Butler Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church of Orangeburg, South Carolina, was burned.
1996 April 11 St. Charles Baptist Church in Paincourtville, Louisiana, was burned.
1996 April 13 Rosemary Baptist Church in Barnwell, South Carolina, was burned.
1996 April 26 Effingham Baptist Church in Effingham, South Carolina, was burned.
1996 May 14 Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in Tigrett, Tennessee, was burned.
1996 May 23 Mount Tabor Baptist Church in Cerro Gordo, North Carolina, was burned.
1996 May 24 Pleasant Hill Baptist Church in Lumberton, North Carolina, was burned.
1996 June 3 Rising Star Baptist Church in Greensboro, Alabama, was burned.
1996 June 7 Matthews Murkland Presbyterian Church sanctuary in Charlotte, North Carolina, was burned and an arrest was made.
1996 June 9 New Light House of Prayer and The Church of the Living God, both of Greenville, Texas, were burned on the same day.
1996 June 12 Evangelist Temple on Marianna, Florida, was burned.
1996 June 13 First Missionary Baptist Church of Enid, Oklahoma, was burned and an arrest wamade.
1996 June 17 Hills Chapel Baptist Church, Rocky Point, North Carolina, is burned.
1996 June 17 Mount Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church and Central Grove Missionary Baptist Church, both of Kossuth, Mississippi, were burned on the same day.
1996 June 20 Immanuel Christian Fellowship of Portland, Oregon, was burned.
1996 June 24 New Birth Temple Church of Shreveport, Louisiana, was burned.
21st century
2001-2010
2006 July 11 A cross was burned outside a predominantly black church in Richmond, Virginia
2008 November 5 Macedonia Church of God in Christ, in Springfield, Massachusetts, was burned out and an arrest was made.
2010 December 28 In Crane, Texas, the Faith in Christ Church was vandalized with "racist and threatening graffiti" and then firebombed by a man who was attempting to gain entry into the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas; an arrest was made and the perpetrator was found guilty and sentenced to 37 years in prison.
2011–present
2014 November 24 The Flood Christian Church in Ferguson, Missouri, was burned by arsonists during a series of protests over the police shooting of Michael Brown, Jr. Michael Brown Sr. had been baptized at the church a week before the fire. While other buildings in Ferguson were burned that night, the church was some distance from the protests, and buildings nearby were not damaged; investigators also found signs of forced entry at the church. Members of the congregation believed it had been a targeted attack, motivated by Pastor Carlton Lee's calls for Officer Darren Wilson's arrest and his participation in Al Sharpton's National Action Network. Pastor Lee died of an apparent heart attack in 2017, at the age of 34.
2015 June 17 At Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina, 10 African Americans, including Clementa C. Pinckney, member of the South Carolina Senate, were shot in a mass attack; nine were killed. White supremacist and neo-Nazi Dylann Roof pled guilty to murder and was sentenced to nine consecutive life sentences without parole.
2015 June 22 At College Hill Seventh Day Adventist, in Knoxville, Tennessee, a small fire was set, resulting in minimal damage to the church structure and destruction of the church van. The act was not classified as a hate crime.
2015 June 23 God's Power Church of Christ in Macon, Georgia, was gutted by a fire which was ruled arson.[
2015 June 24 At Briar Creek Baptist Church in Charlotte, North Carolina, an unknown arsonist started a three-alarm fire, causing more than $250,000 in damages.
2016 November 1 The 111-year-old Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church in Greenville, Mississippi, was burned and vandalized with the words "Vote Trump" spray-painted onto the building. The arsonist, a black man who was a member of the church, pled guilty in March 2019.
2019 March 26 St. Mary Baptist Church in Port Barre, Louisiana. This was the first in a series of three historically black churches over 100 years old, burned within a span of 10 days. Holden Matthews, 21, the son of a St. Landry Parish sheriff's deputy, has been charged with the arson attack.[25][26][27]
2019 April 2 Greater Union Baptist Church in Opelousas, Louisiana. Holden Matthews has been charged with the arson attack.
2019 April 4 Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in Opelousas, Louisiana. Holden Matthews has been charged with the arson attack.Matthews reportedly was not motivated by race but rather by anti-Christian animus and a desire to promote himself as a black metal musician in the mold of Varg Vikernes, who committed a similar series of church burnings in 1990s Norway.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_attacks_against_African-American_churches

This didn't include mowing down people with their cars or other hidden murders where they live.
During the democratic reign as you put it, hung pe... (show quote)


You attribute this list to Conservatives? Indeed you are a true brain impaired believer. As I recall the Black who wrote Trump on the church before he set it afire was, like yourself, blaming him for everything wrong . You lack balance. You have no filter. You are systematic of a class of people who engage in moral relativism and a very destructive force attacking America. How can you ever be good for America when so much of what Progressives believe to be good is encased in impenetrable evil?

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Feb 13, 2020 09:19:16   #
padremike Loc: Phenix City, Al
 
Barracuda2020 wrote:
I would take a Marxist commie over a dictator any day.


Simply because you have been fed that Trump is a dictator by your Marxist controllers, any thinking person would be smart enough to realize they could not impeach a dictator. Marxism, on the other hand, has made huge advances in our schools and your choice of political party. By your own admission it's more acceptable to you to be a marxists
communist than under a dictator. A true Patriot cannot compromise to accept either.

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Feb 13, 2020 09:34:55   #
padremike Loc: Phenix City, Al
 
Barracuda2020 wrote:
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WHY, try the growth of the KKK underTrump, supporting Trump because he supports them. Yeah, this wouldn't be happening under a democratic president no matter how you'd like to spin it.


Are you ashamed of your intentional fabricated lie that Trump supports the KKK? Of course you're not because Progressives have no concept of Shame. It required proof of extraction from any well informed conscience as a condition for membership in the Party. You were accepted as being "highly qualified."

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Feb 13, 2020 09:45:16   #
DASHY
 
Bosty wrote:
Hey Dashy, we would have voted for a cockroach before Hillary. Ya got that!
Not that I’m disappointed in the results


I guess you got what you voted for: a cockroach. His crime spree continues full speed ahead. Now the U.S. Justice Department jumped aboard the lawless Trump train.

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Feb 13, 2020 09:49:34   #
American Vet
 
DASHY wrote:
I guess you got what you voted for: a cockroach. His crime spree continues full speed ahead. Now the U.S. Justice Department jumped aboard the lawless Trump train.


Not bad for a cockroach:

1. Jobs – The stunning recent news on employment proves, more than any other metric, the efficacy of President Trump’s growth doctrine of economic nationalism and the diffusion of power. Defying globalist skeptics from Wall Street, academia, and the corporate media, payrolls surged in America in 2019. The most recent jobs report revealed a plethora of records and extended the wage-growth winning streak to 16 straight months above a 3% pace, a mark seen only three months total during the sluggish Obama years. In addition, the fastest wage gains now flow to those groups that formerly lagged badly in the slow-growth recovery following the Great Recession. For example, the lowest 10% of earners saw income grow at an astounding 7% rate over the last year. Similarly, those without a high school diploma welcomed 9% wage acceleration in 2019.
2. Broadening the Movement – 2019 represented a seminal breakout year for the America First movement as the Republican Party changes to a workers’ party. This new focus translates, already, into significant signs of ethnic, racial, and geographic diversity for the GOP. For example, a recent CNN poll in deeply blue California reported 32% support for Trump vs. current Democratic front-runner Joe Biden. Similarly, recent polls by The Hill and Emerson show Latino approval for the president at nearly 40%. It is difficult to overstate the importance of this kind of minority support, both for politics and, more importantly, for the overall cohesion of our society.
3. Confronting China – Though a near-term détente in trade tensions was reached, Trump proved to the world in 2019 that tariffs can be effectively deployed to force the Chinese Communist Party into a bargaining posture. The soaring economy in America demonstrated that tough trade policy can indeed coincide with growth.
4. Trade Deals With Allies – In contrast to the mostly contentious trade chess match with Beijing, Trump proved that America First hardly means America alone. The USMCA was finally ratified by the House of Representatives this year and points to a new era of prosperity with our neighbors as the global supply chain reorients from the Far East back to the Americas. Similarly, a breakthrough agreement was signed with Japan and the new U.S.-Korea trade pact took effect in early 2019.
5. Judges – While Nancy Pelosi dithers and corporate media obsess over the sham impeachment inquest, President Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch Mitchell quietly pile up a historic pace of judicial confirmations. Trump in 2019 secured his 50th federal appeals court judge in only three years, compared to just 55 for President Obama over eight years. Over the long term, remaking the federal judiciary into an originalist, constitutionalist branch of government may create Trump’s most enduring legacy.
6. Remain-in-Mexico Policy – Our country still needs to drastically reform its inane asylum laws and provide vastly more border wall funding, but nonetheless President Trump found a fair and effective near-term solution for border control by requiring asylum seekers to apply from Mexico rather than trespassing across our sovereign border. Not surprisingly, according to NPR, less than 1% of the economic migrants who apply actually qualify as refugees. Trump’s 2019 move, therefore, provides a deterrent and averted a full-scale crisis at our border.
7. Mueller Exoneration – Though admittedly not an active achievement, nevertheless the long-awaited Mueller report validated the president on two key topics. First, that no one in the 2016 Trump campaign actively cooperated with Russia or with any other foreign power. Secondly, Democratic Party chieftains such as Rep. Adam Schiff, along with a complicit media, repeatedly fed the public demonstrable lies for years about supposed “proof” of conspiracy.
8. Al-Baghdadi Killing – The October special forces raid that eliminated the terrorist Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi proved that America can aggressively hunt down terrorists and dispense with enemies without nation-building and concomitant large-scale troop commitments. Some brave U.S. fighters, along with a terrific dog, highlighted that surgical strikes can protect our homeland without the massive outlays of blood and treasure employed by Trump’s predecessors.
9. Natural Gas Exports Soar – Early in the Trump presidency, America became a net natural gas exporter for the first time since the Eisenhower administration. In 2019, this trend expanded in earnest, with an astonishing 60% growth rate of liquefied natural gas exports for the year. Establishing America as an energy superpower drives domestic prosperity, particularly in heartland energy regions, and facilitates affordable energy to power the on-shoring manufacturing renaissance that has produced 500,000 new factory jobs under Trump. In addition, American energy dominance benefits the geopolitical security of the entire globe.
10. Space Force – Establishing the sixth military service branch in 2019 was pure Trump: imaginative, bold, forward-looking, and – predictably – roundly derided by establishment critics. In alignment with his outsider perspective, Trump correctly ascertains the potential of space as a warfighting domain, and that America must dominate there. As satellites increasingly guide the behaviors of our everyday lives, the U.S. Space Force will protect our security and economy far into the future, forming a lasting legacy for this most unorthodox president.

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Feb 13, 2020 10:04:05   #
ed4short Loc: New Hampshire
 
Kevyn:
Your proctologist called.......found your head

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Feb 13, 2020 10:49:59   #
kemmer
 
DASHY wrote:
Instead of calling Trump a "moron" or "idiot", call him what he really is: a conniving, corrupt con man, a dangerous, devisive demagogue. He is a man who with the help of his cult members and a little foreign interference cheated his way to win the 2016 election.


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